Specialist private equity firm AnaCap Financial Partners has reached $543.9 million on the latest close of its third credit opportunities fund, according to a US Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
The filing for the fund, titled AnaCap Credit Opportunities III, was published on 13 May and shows 28 investors have committed to the fund. The District of Columbia Retirement Board ($30 million), the San Francisco Employees Retirement System ($45.9 million) and Texas County and District Retirement System ($45 million) have all contributed capital to the vehicle, according to PDI Research & Analytics.
Listed on the SEC filing are directors of AnaCap Credit Opportunities III – Gavin Davies, Jonathan Bridel and Nigel Ward.
AnaCap declined to comment on fundraising.
AnaCap is a private equity firm, which also operates debt-focused funds. Its credit opportunities funds targets consumer and small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) debt, ranging from performing, semi-performing and non-performing loans, according to the firm’s website.
In March, PDI reported that the firm purchased two Italian portfolios valued at €2 billion at an undisclosed amount. The portfolios comprised of secured and unsecured SME loans and were previously owned by GE Capital Real Estate and the Royal Bank of Scotland.